##### Department of Mathematics,

University of California San Diego

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### Special Mathematics Seminar

## Michael Freedman

#### Station Q, Microsoft Research, and UC Santa Barbara

## A new look at applications of the Jacobi equation in geometry

##### Abstract:

Using a new method â€œcoefficient shufflingâ€ we are apple to sharpen the comparison theorems of Bishop and Gromov. The theorem derives from work with physics L. Susskind and A. Brown on black hole dynamics, or viewed another way the problem of optimal compilation of a quantum algorithm.

Host: Bennett Chow

### July 9, 2019

### 1:00 PM

### AP&M 6402

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